Suddenly ever you heard about YouWave or Bluestacks. These are two programs that serve to have Android in Windows. Yes, there are two emulators that can simulate the mobile operating system within a PC.
Both are popular but may fall behind facing a new and latest software that has appeared, which does exactly the same but apparently is much, much more complete.
Although these earlier need more development time and a lot of improvement, came Andy, which brought more features, compatibility and features , plus of course include the virtual machine, all easy and useful.It really is very attractive that works on Windows XP, 7 and 8, as well as Mac OSX. It has full support for the Google Play Store.
Yes, it is free and has no cost , so it deserves a chance because it offers certain features and amenities that Google themselves would have to apply. Here you will find the link where you can download it .
Andy Emulator: Link
How to Install Andy Emulator:
- Download the Andy emulator from above link.
- If you see any Security warning, proceed without any problem.
- Disable your Antivirus and Double Click the Andy.exe.
- Follow on-screen instructions to complete the Installation.
- Delete the .exe file and Enable your antivirus again.
How to Install an Android app on it:
- Open Andy from Desktop.
- Now connect your device with Andy.
- Open Play Store from it and enter your Google ID.
- After the Log-in, search for app in the search bar.
- Tap the Install button to start the downloading.
- Once the Download it over, tap the app icon to start playing.
- Use your mobile as a controller, to enjoy the app to its extent.